Iron Age Coinage in South-East England: The Archaeological Context, Parts 1-2
A Cambridge thesis providing an `archaeological reappraisal' of recorded finds of coins - as a basis for a more integrated study of Iron Age society: analytical procedures, chronological framework, settlement finds, finds from non-settlement sites, integration and synthesis. Part two contains a substantial gazetteer of finds.
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Period III coinage and its subdivisions
Hoards and multiple finds
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AE/AR AE/AV Age coinage Allen amphorae Appendix Archaeol archaeological Armorican assemblage Associations Belgic Gaul Belgic Gaul Scheers Braughing Britain bronze brooch burial C2nd C3rd C4th Canterbury cemetery century BC chronological circulation Claudian Clst coin deposition coin finds coin types coins found Colchester Collis complex Conquest context Continental copper alloy Coriosolites Cunliffe Cunobelinus ditch earlier early Eastern enclosure Eppillus Ermine Street Evans evidence excavations Farley Heath findspot Flavian Frere Gallo-Belgic Gaulish gm Class gm Series gold coins Harlow Haselgrove Hayling Island Hill hillfort hoard Hod Hill imports inscribed Iron Age coins issues Kent later layer legends London LPRIA LPRIA/ER metal MPRIA nucleated settlement occupation pattern Period Phase possible post-Conquest potin pottery pre-Conquest pre-Flavian probably recorded region Rodwell Roman coins scattered hoard Secondary Sheepen sherds Silchester silver South-Eastern Southern stater stratified Study Area Tasciovanus temple Thames Total uninscribed Unstratified Verulamium wares